PowerColor 5750 Go! Green and Gigabyte 5750 Silent Cell

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PowerColor Radeon 5750 and Gigabyte Radeon 5750 Review

PowerColor Radeon HD 5750 Go! Green and Gigabyte Radeon HD 5750 Silent Cell

As graphics card architectures mature and manufacturers learn their strengths and weaknesses it is normal for enhanced models to hit the market. Usually this comes in the form of factory overclocked models, often with enhanced coolers. Occasionally though some companies decide to take a different route to make their products stand out from the crowd, or appeal to a specific consumer type.

Today we have two of these products on our test bench, from PowerColor and Gigabyte come two Radeon 5750s which offer passive heatsinks and a few more twists. Will these make an ideal HTPC card; can they even game successfully without active cooling? Today we find out.

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